Students explore their curious nature with a monkey named George. Students think a little deeper about the story by imagining the motivations behind the man in the yellow hat. Find different words that rhyme with the words in the story. Come up with different adjectives used in the book, then write a new sentence using these words. Answer multiple choice questions about George's adventures. Students share their own opinions about taking animals out of their natural habitats. Write a list of safety rules for George to follow so he can stay safe and out of trouble. Students share their feelings about certain events that happen in the story with a My Feelings graphic organizer. Aligned to your State Standards and written to Bloom's Taxonomy, additional crossword, word search, comprehension quiz and answer key are also included. About the Novel: A well-loved story about a curious little monkey named George, who is caught in his home land of Africa by a man in a yellow hat. Inspired by his curiosity for the world around him, George has one adventure after another from the time he leaves Africa to the time he finally arrives at the Zoo. George tries to fly like the sea gulls, but this only gets him wet. He dials 1-2-3-4-5-6-7, which is the number for the Fire Department. He takes a man's balloons and starts flying through the air over the city's traffic. At the end of the story, George finally ends up in a tree at the Zoo. It was a nice place to live!